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"May I take this opportunity to thank the Webdadi team, in particular Andrew Shields who we liaised, in respect of the implementation of our new, responsive website. Only one week since launch and we are already receiving increased numbers of web enquiries from it whilst the mobile browsing is vastly improved now."
"The whole team at Webdadi has been a pleasure to work with during the development and launch of our new website. Their training of the web features makes it easy to use, and the team is always available to help answer all questions. You can tell they care about their customers' success with their innovation updates and attention to user experience."
Living in London
Great job and I think site looks great and aesthetically an enormous improvement. Huge credit should go to both Jacqui and Andrew for both their input and patience in getting this done.
A great result reflectingý great service and technical know how. Well done all and let's hope it keeps us in business for another year!
"We're very happy with the final outcome. Thank you and your team at Webdadi very much. You've been a great help in achieving very satisfactory results."
"We used webdadi to design and manage our website. I'm trying to think of one sentence that can encompass their ability.
Hold the front page! I thought of one. They're the dog's b****x!"
"Webdadi have enabled us to get the most content rich website, updated in real time, quicker than anyone else. This has resulted in a 300% increase in monthly viewing figures since using them."
"Webdadi & Datography helped us increase market share. The presentation of properties is an instruction winner. (Marketing via Webdadi) improved viewing enquiry numbers and our viewing to sale ratio.”
We support Glad's House, a charity that was founded in 2006 by Vicky Ferguson. Since 2006, Glad’s House has been working with children and young people who are deemed ‘too challenging’ by the rest of society; street children who everyone else has given up on. Without Glad’s House, they would have little option but to remain on the streets with all its dangers.
If you'd like to support this charity, you can do so by emailing us or donating directly.
Piers Gilliver's story starts somewhat earlier than his many World Cup and Grand Prix wins. He has Ehlers Danlos Syndrome, a genetic connective tissue disorder, and is confined to a wheelchair. Piers is currently No1 Disabled Fencer in the World and is a genuine medal contender for the Paralympics 2016, in Rio.
We welcome efforts from our audience to help Piers with his trip to Rio, and thereafter in the years leading to Tokyo 2020.